Will.i.am, Ed Sheeran and Mumford & Sons are among the stars who have recorded new versions of celebrated protest songs to highlight issues of global poverty.
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Sunday 02 October 1994
Wednesday 31 August 1994
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Sunday 20 March 1994
COMEDY / Outsider trading: James Rampton meets Greg Proops, an American in Barrow-in-Furness and the latest graduate of the Whose Line academy
Wednesday 09 February 1994
Thursday 06 January 1994
I used to have a recurring nightmare; these days I get melodies in my mind: Susan de Muth in bed with Tasmin Archer
Wednesday 29 December 1993
Sunday 07 March 1993
Thursday 25 February 1993
Sunday 07 February 1993
Sunday 31 January 1993
Academic waxes lyrical about pop's meaning: David Lister finds the message in the medium as musicologists join for an evening of deconstruction
Friday 22 January 1993
ARTS / Take a Letter, Mr Costello: Elvis Costello, rock's Mr Sneery, has a new band. There are four of them, and they all play strings. Their first LP could have been awful. But it's excellent - and genuinely new
Sunday 17 January 1993
ROCK / Andy Gill on Elvis Costello & the Brodsky Quartet, the Ice brothers (T and Cube) and Neil Young
Thursday 14 January 1993
In defence of liberal democracy
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